2021 Toyota Corolla
2021 Toyota Corolla
2021 Toyota Corolla
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Toyota Corolla: Over Half a Century of Quality & Value

While other compact vehicle names have fallen by the wayside over the decades, the Toyota Corolla stands tall as the best-selling car in the world. That's not a misprint. The Corolla has outsold every model from every manufacturer across the globe. Its combination of value and efficiency are simply unmatched by any other compact vehicle in history.

It's also one of the most affordable compact cars on the market today. Yes - you can probably find a somewhat cheaper alternative to Corolla, but that's exactly what you'll get. Lower priced alternatives don't even come close to matching the value and reliability of the Corolla. With over 40 million sold across the world, the Toyota Corolla is the king of the compact cars and just keeps getting better with age.

2021 Toyota Corolla Interior

What's New on the 2021 Toyota Corolla?

Following a dynamic redesign for the 2020 model year, the 2021 Toyota Corolla offers just a few improvements and additions. One of the most compelling is a newly standard feature included in all trims: Android Auto. This enhances the already impressive array of connectivity features you'll find inside the Corolla. There is also a new trim in the lineup. The Apex Edition features an upgraded suspension, summer performance tires, and distinctive styling details for a sporty, performance-oriented variation. Additionally, all 2021 Corolla sedan and hatchback models are now available in the bold and daring Nightshade Edition.

How the Toyota Corolla Came Into Existence

Many consider the Toyota Corolla as the vehicle responsible for building the Toyota brand's legendary reputation for quality, dependability and reliability across the globe. It all started in 1968 with the introduction of the Corolla to the North American market. The vehicle initially arrived in two door coupe, four door sedan and two door wagon configurations. Believe it or not, the Corolla represented the smallest vehicle that Toyota had ever manufactured up to that point. 

Responding to consumer feedback in America, Toyota released a larger more powerful Corolla into the market in 1970. Toyota continued the trend of increasing horsepower in the Corolla throughout the rest of the 1970's and into the 80's as the car continued to evolve. More and more buyers began to discover just how reliable the Corolla was, and what an incredible value it represented for the money.

Over the next two decades, Toyota continued to increase the overall size of the Corolla while maintaining its fuel efficiency. It was during this time period that the vehicle gained its status as "the best-selling car in the world." The Corolla became known for being one of the most dependable cars on the market, and gained a reputation for being a longest lasting vehicle as well.

Today's Corolla looks nothing like its early ancestors, but retains all their best qualities. The appearance of the vehicle is sportier in its current form and is sure to continue to win the hearts of value conscious buyers across the globe.


Why Get Your Corolla at Berglund Toyota in Lynchburg, VA?          

Get a great deal when you take a test drive today at Berglund Toyota located at 3000 Wards Road Lynchburg, VA24502. Our Toyota dealership near Bedford, Campbell, and Madison Heights, VA offers the complete line of Toyota cars, trucks, vans and SUVs at competitive prices.

We're also your premier source for in the area. We stock a wide variety of pre-owned imports and domestics including budget buys priced . Berglund Toyota can even get you a low interest on your used vehicle, as well.

Plus, we're there for you after the sale with dependable and affordable for your car, truck, van, or SUV. Berglund Toyota even offers on service so you can keep your vehicle in top working condition! 

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